News Feature Archive
Finding peace after service
Raytheon Missiles & Defense and the Boulder Crest Foundation partner to help veterans and their families reclaim their lives.
Updating the fleet faster
Raytheon Missiles & Defense is offering an agile DevSecOps-based surface combatant software factory to answer the U.S. Navy’s call for a system that will revolutionize its ability to respond to and outpace threats.
Life after the military
Raytheon Technologies helps military veterans find new careers as civilians
A new layer of homeland defense
The Standard Missile-3, a defensive weapon built to destroy intercontinental ballistic missiles, has completed its first-ever intercept of a simulated ICBM in a test off the coast of Hawaii.
Charting a course for success in STEM
Raytheon Missiles & Defense, University of Arizona offer mentoring program for women student veterans
Transitioning from battlefield to boardroom
Raytheon Missiles & Defense has partnered with the Student Veterans of America to award two $10,000 scholarships to U.S. Army student veterans.
Keeping students engaged and safe
Raytheon Missiles & Defense is partnering with the Eglin Air Force Base Youth Center to support its gradual reopening and ensure students can enjoy the center’s benefits even if they can’t gather in large groups.
USS Zumwalt test-fires first standard missile
The USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) successfully conducted its first live-fire missile test with a Standard Missile-2.
Soldiers helping soldiers
New partnership begins with a food pantry for enlisted service members